"I think Voter ID is very important and the reason they don't want Voter ID is because they tend to cheat," Trump said.
"I just don't want to wear one myself," Trump told reporters.
The Art of the Oil Deal? The president came to believe that the Saudis' oil-price war was targeting the U.S., not just Russia.
The Department of Health and Human Services changed longstanding language on the Strategic National Stockpile's website to match a controversial claim made by the president's son-in-law.
Many industry insiders and experts are crying armageddon, while others say that United States shale is not only poised for a comeback, it will be better than ever.
The ad comes as an increasing number of voters disapprove of the president's handling of the pandemic that's killed more than 6,500 Americans.
A senior administration official told Newsweek that the drug trade "can contribute to the spread of the virus," but a senior Pentagon official said the recent mission "has nothing to do with the virus."
It's possible people with mild cases are staying out of the hospital and recovering at home, Eric Holdeman, director of the Center for Regional Disaster Resilience told Newsweek.
As employers adjust to work-from-home requirements, new liabilities can arise that human resources managers have not traditionally had to consider.
The Coronavirus Task Force will continue its daily briefings on Friday as cases of a new coronavirus in the U.S. surpass 245,000.
"Children without connectivity are at risk of not only being unable to complete their homework during this pandemic, but being unable to continue their overall education," senators wrote in a letter sent to congressional leadership.
Increasing Congress' oversight ability of coronavirus relief packages faces hurdles, including fierce accusations from Republicans of injecting partisan politics into a global health crisis—tension that could exacerbate talks as Democrats push for more aid amid skyrocketing unemployment numbers.
The tradition of releasing a winter holiday cup has been going for 22 years and is loved by consumers across the globe.
Starbucks is releasing four cup designs in 2019, along with some firm food and drinks favorites such as the peppermint mocha.
As we near the 50th anniversary of the Tate-LaBianca murders, and 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' plays in theaters, interest in the Manson Family and their gruesome crimes has returned.
From classics like Mouse Trap to Hungry Hungry Hippos, to fun games like Toilet Trouble and Don't Wake Daddy, these are the games to play while staying at home.
"A lot of people have started to just cry in the waiting room," Dr. Bhavik Kumar told Newsweek.
The state has called in National Guard troops to staff polling sites, as thousands of workers are expected to not show up because of the coronavirus outbreak.
From games that get you thinking, like Scrabble and Trivial Pursuit, to fun games like Jenga and Connect 4, there are tonnes of options for couples and best friends.
A video posted by a sailor says everything there is to say about the firing of Navy Capt. Brett Crozier about how things look to a sailor or soldier when they are out there doing their jobs, compared to the view from a desk in Washington, DC.
Sailors seen chanting "Captian Crozier" out of respect as he leaves the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt in Guam.
The 60-year-old New Jersey doctor was reported to have been coughing a lot and had breathing issues days before he died.
The state health officer cautioned that confirmed cases will continue to grow before coming back down.
If history has anything to say about politics and unemployment relates, it's that the higher the jobless rate, the less likely an incumbent president is to win re-election. But the coronavirus is uncharted territory.
ICE is working with the State Department to bring U.S. citizens and permanent residents back to the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic.